We are looking for a new colleague with real passion for building next-generation web applications. As a Python/Django Developer at Elements, you work in a diverse team and implement rock solid and innovative solutions to create high quality web applications.
WHO WE ARE
We are an enthusiastic team of over 60 professionals from all around the world, who share the love for technology and a 'can do' attitude. From our offices in Almere and Barcelona we work on a variety of projects for clients like KPN, Afterpay, Avrotros, Telfort, Powerpeers, KRO, Gamma and many more.
Check our current tech stack on stackshare.io/elements
WHAT YOU WILL DO
You will collaborate with the team to make estimates and define architecture and also participate in defining the project structure and coming up with technical solutions. You will spend most of your time designing and coding these technical solutions. Furthermore, you will breathe the Elements' way of working and you will always be encouraged to make suggestions to improve it. Last but not least, we would love to see that you have a natural drive to stay up to speed with the latest technological innovations.
WHAT YOU NEED
- Solid experience with professional programming and development of relevant projects
- Experience in Python/Django development
- Experience with working in agile project teams (Scrum)
- Excellent English language and communication skills
- Go-getter attitude, creative, flexible, open-minded and accurate
- We offer you a place in our highly technically oriented team of developers, where you get to teach and learn at the same time
- We provide you with lunch, snacks and unlimited freshly ground coffee every day
- You will have flexible working hours and a possibility to occasionally work from home
- We encourage you to visit events and/or take courses to keep up-to-date and learn new skills
- And to top it off, what would work be like without fun? You could get your fair share at our regular company events and Friday beer & game afternoons, or by diving into the nostalgia of your childhood on our arcade machine
Do you see yourself in these words? Then we'd love to hear from you.